Grand Teton National Park encompasses a total area of 310,000 acres of land in Teton County, Wyoming. The park is located in northwestern Wyoming and is north of Jackson, a town in Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Valley. The Grand Teton National Park is mostly comprised of mountainous terrain comprising of the Teton Range, alpine terrain, and pristine lakes.
This national park is also located close to Yellowstone National Park, which is just south of the Grand Teton National Park. Access to the main entrance to the park is mainly through three main routes including US 26/89 or 191 from the south, US 89 or 191/287 from the north and US 26/287 from the east. You will also see many extraordinary plant and wildlife species.
Besides the natural splendor of the park, many activities additionally make this national park an attractive place to visit. Some of the more popular recreational activities that visitors love to enjoy at the park include mountain climbing, camping, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, auto touring, boating, cross-country skiing, fishing, snowshoeing, wildlife viewing, snowmobiling, guided tours, and educational programs.
You may take Fido to the park for some fun, exercise, and relaxation, but some rules must be observed. For example, you must ensure that your pooch is always on a leash of shorter than six feet long, and you should also ensure that your dog is always under your immediate control.
Also, dogs must stay within 30 feet of any roadway in the park. Furthermore, dogs must not be allowed to run at large in the park nor allowed to frighten wildlife or make unreasonable noise. Dogs are also not allowed in or around park buildings, on backcountry trails, or park waters apart from the Jackson Lake.